School of Global and International Studies

Central Eurasian Studies

Sibel Crum

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Lecturer, Central Eurasian Studies

Office: School of Global & International Studies 3021
Phone: (812) 856-5613
E-mail: sariogul@indiana.edu

Education:
PhD, Indiana University, Foreign Language Education Department (major) & Applied Linguistics and TESOL (minor)
MA, Hacettepe University, Foreign Language Education Department

Previous Academic Appointments:
Summer Turkish Language Lecturer, SWSEEL Summer Language Workshop,
Intensive Intermediate Turkish Language, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Assistant Professor, Foreign Languages Education Department, School of Education, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey.
Assistant Professor, Foreign Languages Education Department,
Foreign Language Teacher Certification Program, School of Education, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey.
Visiting Professor as part of Erasmus Faculty Exchange Program, University of Augsburg, Germany.
Visiting Professor as part of Erasmus Faculty Exchange Program, Pomeranian University in Slupsk, Poland.
Lecturer, Foreign Languages Education Department, School of Education, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey.
Associate Instructor, Student Academic Center, School of Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA.
Teaching Assistant, Foreign Languages Education Department, School of Education, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey.

Research Interests:

  1. Language Pedagogy
  2. Second Language Acquisition
  3. Foreign Language Teacher Training
  4. Critical Languages in the U.S.
  5. Immersion Education

Courses Recently Taught:

Introductory Turkish I and II
Intermediate Turkish I and II
Intensive Intermediate Turkish
Intensive Introductory Turkish
Advanced Turkish I and II
Advanced Reading and Communication in Turkish
Contemporary Turkey
Introduction to Turkish Culture

Courses Previously Taught:

Qualitative Research in Foreign Language Education
Approaches in Foreign Language Teaching
Internship in Teaching Foreign Languages
Foreign Language Teaching Methods
Contextual Grammar in Foreign Language Teaching

Selected Academic Fellowships:

Leo and Jay Fay Fellowship for Academic Recognition, School of Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN (2005-2006 Academic Year)

Leo and Jay Fay Fellowship for Academic Recognition, School of Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN (2002-2003 Academic Year)

Higher Council of Education of Turkey Ph.D. Scholarship, (2001-2005)

British Council & Oxford University Summer Scholarship for Foreign Language Teachers, Oxford University, Oxford, UK (1999)

Selected Publication Highlights in SSCI journals:

  • Onursal, Ayirir, Ariogul, S.  Unal, C. B. 2013. Effects of gender and university major on preparatory school students’ use of foreign language learning strategies. Journal of Education, 42, 60-71.
  • Onursal Ayirir,  Ariogul, S. & Unal, C.B. 2012. Effects of gender and university major on preparatory school students' use of foreign language learning strategies. Journal of Education, 42, 60-71.
  • Unal, C.B., Onursal Ayirir, I. & Ariogul, S. 2011. The use of foreign language learning strategies by university students learning English, German and French. Journal of Education, 41, 473-484.
  • Ariogul, S. 2009. Academic motivations of pre-service English language teachers. Journal of Education, 36, 12-19.

  • Refereed Publication Highlights:

  • Ariogul, S. & Uzun, T. 2011 . Metaphorical conceptualizations of Arab learners of Turkish. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 15, 2088-2091.Indexed in Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Science (ISI Web of Science).
  • Ariogul, S. & Uzun, T. 2010. Foreign language teaching for elementary school students through storytelling. E-Journal of New World Sciences Academy, 5(4), 1670-1676.
  • Ariogul, S. & Uzun, T. 2010. Digital video technology in foreign language classes: A case study with ‘Lost.’ Language Journal,142(4),62-70.
  • Ariogul, S. & Can, N. 2010. “Teaching is a female profession in the eyes of a  beholder: Or is it?” Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2(1), 629-633. Indexed in Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Science (ISI Web of Science).
  • Ariogul, S. 2009. Investigating the experiences of male student English teachers in a traditional non-gender profession. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences Journal, 1(1), 1495-1499. Indexed in Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Science (ISI Web of Science)
  • Ariogul, S., Unal, D. C. & Onursal, I. 2009. Foreign language learners’ beliefs about language learning: a study on Turkish university students. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences Journal, 1(1), 1500-1506. Indexed in Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Science (ISI Web of Science)
  • Ariogul, S. 2007. Understanding foreign language teachers’ practical knowledge: What’s the role of prior language learning experience? Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies, 3(1), 168-181.

  • Book Chapters:

  • Ariogul, S. & Uzun, T. 2009. Too Much Stress? A qualitative study on foreign language learning anxiety. O. Demirel & A. M. Sunbul (Eds.), Further Education in the Balkan Countries (pp. 159-166). Konya, Turkey: Education Academy
  • Huang, Y.P. & Ariogul, S. 2006. Chapter 17: Metaphors and cross-cultural stories of learning to teach. In B.S. Stern (Ed.), Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue (pp. 225-238). Greenwich, Connecticut: Information Age Publishing.
  • Harste, J., Ariogul, S., Sanner, D., East, D., Enyeart, J.A., Lehman, B., & Reeves, G. 2003.  New Times: First-Person Shooter Games Go to College. In C. M. Fairbanks, J. Worthy, B. Maloch, J. V. Hoffman, & D. L. Schallert (Eds.), 52nd Yearbook of  the National Reading Conference (pp.218-230). Oak Creek, Wisconsin: National Reading Conference. (Social Sciences Citation Index Proceedings, ERIC)

     

  • Department of Central Eurasian Studies
    Global and International Studies Building 3024
    East Building, 3rd Floor
    355 North Jordan Ave.
    Bloomington, IN 47405-1105

    Phone: (812) 855-2233
    Fax: (812) 855-7500